Freedom, freedom they shouted
Freedom, freedom they cried
Freedom, freedom some ignored and flouted,
Freedom, freedom; then that voice died;
But, freedom it had survived.
Equality, equality was preached
Equality, equality was demanded
Equality, equality was then breached,
Equality, equality was then stranded;
But, equality was finally reached.
Peace, peace for it they paraded
Peach, peace for it they prayed
Peace, peace then the voices all faded,
Peace, peace many forgot and forbade;
But, peace..... It stayed.
Freedom, equality and peace
They must and will go together hand in hand,
No one! Has the right to cause them to cease
No one! By a request or by any demand.
In this time of life and living, we all deserve an equal piece,
I say freedom for all! Equality forever! And, peace let us teach!
Randy L. McClave
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